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Mum really wanted to do the big draw this year , she’s inspired me To try next year , she had s stall with her friend luci on Retford farmers Market and these are my favourite drawings of the day- once people understood it was free and you can have fun drawing and there was no catch they did it And did it well ! Well done mum and Luci ! X

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found these two sketches, I have a book next to the bed I scribble in if (now when) I wake up with an idea, these two I’ve recently cut and printed, but always fun to see the first sketches, I’ll post more if anyone interested, I aint shy.

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so you’ve seen the sketch now here is the proof and the final print, flippin love it! I’ve done some lovely colours, a bright day red and blue, a musty peach and grey blue, a mustard and grey and some one colours too.  I’m in love with it, just as it should be…that was a good 3 in the morning idea.  I’ll get them all done and in my shop, in the mean time contact me if you would like one.


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been busy, trying out lots of different colours too, i love em, so satisfying to print too, I’ll pop them on my shop soon otherwise you’ll find them in the proper shops and markets x

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I can’t wait to go home and be with my family , I love Christmas so much, hope you enjoy your christmases and that you all have a Great Big Happy New Year x

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Tancredi by James Palumbo and illustrateed by Rohan Eason

The incredible illustrations Rohan did for this book are now out there in the world ! The story is great, a non stop satirical adventure in a future world – written by one of the founders of Ministry of Sound nightclub and is the follow up to his very well received first novel Tomas.

Rohan did so many illustrations for it and they look amazing, so much work and the final book is fantastic and I’m super proud of him. Each piece is wonderful but here are just a few.  You can get the book anywhere it’s on general release its’ all good book shops and online. Rockin.

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Amazing illustrations and inventions.  I love poring over his drawings, when I was a kid an exhibition came to our small town and to the local park, an incredible event, mum and dad told us to go and it was the first time I remember being really wowed by pen and ink. That’s the only exhibition I remember them having there but it was worth it just for us guys to go. He was from Islington London and he became an adjective.

Here is one tiny man who speaks for us all.

Second is one of my favourite inventions, we used to play alot of dominoes and had no idea our shuffle technique had already been invented.

 

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